By Phillip Berryman

Chronicling over a decade of warfare, revolution, and social switch, Phillip Berryman deals the main up to date and complete research of the interaction among faith and politics in principal the USA. focusing on Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Guatemala, Berryman exhibits how, in the course of the Nineteen Eighties, each one kingdom turned the environment for a profound drama of religion and oppression, revolution and retrenchment.

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